NMAs are often complex and challenging projects, this 3-day interactive course will focus on the tools needed to understand, write and critically appraise a network meta-analysis. A selected group of expert clinicians, researchers and scientists, with a strong track record in the field of NMA, will guide you during the 3-day course, bringing you lectures, group work, hands-on tutorials and supervised statistical sessions. It is aimed at clinicians, researchers and policy makers in the health care field, but others are welcome.
Early bird standard - £1400
Standard - £1600
Early bird rates are available until 28 February 2022. From the 1 March 2022 the full prices will apply.
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The Feeling Safe Programme is a cognitive-behavioural treatment for patients with psychosis. Developed with over a decade’s research, it is the most effective psychological treatment for persecutory delusions. Half of patients have recovery in their persecutory delusion with the Feeling Safe Programme. The main outcome randomised controlled trial results were published in July 2021 in the Lancet Psychiatry.
The course will be run 9.30am-5pm (UTC+1) on the following consecutive Thursdays: 6th October 2022, 13th October 2022, 20th October 2022, 27th October 2022 and 3th November 2022.
Please contact us if you need to arrange to pay by invoice.
Early bird registration - £450 (until 1st July 2022, then the full fee will apply)
Standard registration - £500